20st April 2020
"I experienced the joie de vivre of the 60s, freedom, elegance." Brigitte Bardot. Always imitated, never equalled, muse of the greatest artists of the 7th Art, Brigitte Bardot radiates by her naturalness and sensuality. Noted by Hélène Lazareff (Director of ELLE magazine), she posed for the first time at the age of 15 in 1949. In 1956, Roger Vadim, her husband, directed "And God Created The Woman" which literally referred Brigitte Bardot to the international stage. Men from all over the world succumbed, Kirk Douglas, whom she met at Cannes in 1953, even tried to take her to the United States. A free and independent woman, Brigitte Bardot imposes her style on the women's side by becoming the emblem of women's emancipation. Just like Françoise Sagan revealed by "Hello Sadness", Brigitte Bardot is intimately linked to the world of the automobile, which she considers a symbol of freedom. The big one of the Renault Company, it does not abandon its Rolls Royce Silver Cloud convertible or its Morgan. At the wheel of our Morgan, let your customers discover this taste of freedom and elegance.